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Yaacov Agam POINTED RHYTHM II Signed Art Limited Edition

Yaacov Agam
Pointed Rhythm II
– 1970
Print – Serigraph, screenprint   10.5” x 12.5”
Edition: signed and numbered in pencil 58/252

Unframed in Excellent Condition.

Yaacov Agam decided, in the 1950’s, that art could be more than a spectator sport. He created various “tactile paintings”, meant to be handled, that added to sight the elements of touch and sound – and produced a unique user experience each time. Later works are purely visual – with a twist. His Op-ish grids full of colorful gradients, given the moniker “Agamographs”, seem to change with every movement of the viewer’s head. Agam is credited with being a founder of the Kinetic movement.

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Yaacov Agam
Pointed Rhythm II
– 1970
Print – Serigraph, screenprint   10½” x 12½”
Edition: signed and numbered in pencil 58/252

Unframed in Excellent Condition.

Yaacov Agam decided, in the 1950’s, that art could be more than a spectator sport. He created various “tactile paintings”, meant to be handled, that added to sight the elements of touch and sound – and produced a unique user experience each time. Later works are purely visual – with a twist. His Op-ish grids full of colorful gradients, given the moniker “Agamographs”, seem to change with every movement of the viewer’s head. Agam is credited with being a founder of the Kinetic movement.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 4 × 24 in
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58/252

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Medium (Up to 30")

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Yaacov Agam POINTED RHYTHM II Signed Art Limited Edition

Yaacov Agam Pointed Rhythm II - 1970 Print - Serigraph, screenprint   10.5'' x 12.5'' Edition: signed and numbered in pencil 58/252 Unframed in Excellent Condition. Yaacov Agam decided, in the 1950's, that art could be more than a spectator sport. He created various "tactile paintings", meant to be handled, that added to sight the elements of touch and sound - and produced a unique user experience each time. Later works are purely visual - with a twist. His Op-ish grids full of colorful gradients, given the moniker "Agamographs", seem to change with every movement of the viewer's head. Agam is credited with being a founder of the Kinetic movement.

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